Bureau County voters decide on propositions
PRINCETON — Some Bureau County voters cast ballots in Tuesday's election on various propositions. Unofficial Bureau County results are as follows:
Cherry Fire Protection District
Proposition to Issue $100,000 Bonds for Fire Station
Shall the Cherry Fire Protection District, Bureau County, Illinois, build and equip a new fire station and improve the site thereof and issue its bonds in the amount of $100,000 for the purpose of paying the costs thereof?
√ Yes 119
Village of Tiskilwa
Proposition To Levy A Flood Control Tax
Shall Division 112 of the Illinois Municipal Code permitting municipalities to levy a flood control tax on all taxable property to build, raise, strengthen, or repair the levees around the municipality at a rate not to exceed .1666 annually, and for a period not to exec 7 years to be adopted by the Village of Tiskilwa?
√ Yes 146
Hall Township High School District Number 502
Proposition To Issue $32,000,000 School Building Bonds
Shall the Board of Education of Hall Township High School District Number 502, Bureau County, Illinois, build and equip a new high school building, improve the site thereof, demolish all or a portion of the existing school building and issue bonds of said School District to the amount of $32,000,000 for the purpose of paying the costs thereof?
√ Yes 1,716
City of Spring Valley
Proposition To Issue $550,000 General Obligation Bonds For Fire Engine/Pump
Shall the City of Spring Valley, Bureau County, Illinois, finance the acquisition of a fire engine/pumper, including related equipment and costs, and issue its bonds up to the amount of $550,000 for the purpose of paying the costs thereof?
√ Yes 1,224
Bureau County Opt-Out Energy Aggregation Program
Shall Bureau County have the authority to arrange for the supply of electricity for its rural residential and small commercial retail customers who have not opted out of such program?
√ No 907
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